'Til The Cows Come Home

‘Til The Cows Come Home is an Australian not-for-profit animal charity that was founded in 2018. They rescue unwanted, unviable, “waste” farmed animals, rehabilitate them in short term foster care and rehome them into safe, forever-loving homes as companions.

They help all animals. Any animal born on agriculture farms that are unwanted or considered waste and whose fate will otherwise result in death. They take in these animals, care for them in foster homes and adopt them out into families to live out their lives as companion animals.

If an animal is born on a farm and develops a disability, injury or illness they will take in these animals to treat them in their foster homes to give them the best chance of survival or allow them to pass peacefully and safely.

Whether goats, horses, pigs, alpacas, sheep or even an entire herd, they help families rehome animal(s) which they can no longer care for. They help by finding the animals safe and loving new homes.

To date they have helped transform the lives of over 4,000 farm animals. They have taken their experience and networks to assist families in rehoming animals on their properties, when they can no longer care for them.

‘Til The Cows Come Home, is predominately made up of volunteers, and they rely on the kindness of public donations to keep their mission going.

The work they do, is making a lasting change to the lives of the animals they help. They are the voices for the forgotten, and they hope they can inspire others to not only share their stories but make more compassionate choices.

They transform the lives of unwanted farm animals through rescuing, rehoming and promoting a kinder world. They give a voice to farm animals by telling their stories and inspiring change. Their Vision is to Create a more compassionate world where farm animals are viewed as companions, not commodities.

34 Santos Pl. 32, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, AustraliaOceania/Antarctic,Global,4000 ***** https://tilthecowscomehome.org/

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